"Here, There and Everywhere" is a song by John Lennon and Paul McCartney recorded for The Beatles album Revolver (1966).

The song is known for its bittersweet tune, a creative harmonic scheme, and subtle arrangement. Many have claimed it to be a landmark triumph of the soft rock genre. Critics allege that the song was inspired by the kinds of material Brian Wilson crafted for the Beach Boys on the classic Pet Sounds album. It has been also praised for containing a philosophical undercurrent of humility, it states that the singer needs his woman not just to be happy, but also to be a better person. The cheery melody of the verses is counteracted by the more haunting minor modes of the bridge.

This track features one of McCartney's highest vocals; he said in his autobiography that he was actually trying to sing it in the style of Marianne Faithfull.

Noted performers who have covered "Here, There and Everywhere" include Emmylou Harris and Clay Aiken.